Time & Eternity

“What’s the hurry? I have plenty of time,” someone may say. Alas though, as he lingers, timecontinues to march on, at a snail’s pace, but nonetheless, continuing onward. Time – though not seen, still it exists; though not heard, yet its presence is felt, for all experience it. Timemay be measured by clocks and calendars, but it cannot be harnessed nor restrained. Though the clocks may be stopped, the seconds continue to pass by, unimpeded. As time advances onward, its course never changing, eternity awaits its arrival. Eternity – it has no beginning or end, for it is infinite. In the eternal state, time has no meaning, for it ceases to exist – it is consumed by eternity. Sooner or later for all of mortal mankind, time runs out as eternity beckons. No matter what the status of an individual’s life, time and eternity wait for no man! . . .

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The Price Of A Soul

price of a soulDOWN through the ages there have been many items that man has termed as being “priceless,” or invaluable. Priceless objects have a variety of forms. For instance, to a stamp collector a certain stamp is so rare that it is “priceless.” To a coin collector a certain coin is so rare that it is “priceless.” To the art collector a certain piece of art, and to a book collector a certain book, and so on. In some cases a person will risk everything, even his own life to obtain that “priceless” object.

Perhaps the most universal and cherished “priceless” object of all is freedom. Nations go to war, committing all they have, literally, just to preserve their freedom – it is “priceless.” Husbands and sons, and in some cases even daughters and mothers, go forth to fight and die for their freedom – it is “priceless.”

Of all the “priceless” objects, none are eternal, for sooner or later they will pass away.

There is one other “priceless” object that we have not mentioned. It is not only “priceless,” it is eternal. This object has had a life given and blood shed for it. What is it? The eternal soul of a human being. Your eternal soul! . . .

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The Gift Of Life

Did you know that there are thousands of people whose life is fleeting for want of an organ transplant? They wait, and wait, and wait, wondering if the gift of life they so desperately need will ever come, and will it come in time? One person may be suffering from kidney failure, while another needs a liver or other transplant. Someone dies in one state and his organs are donated – the recipient of this gift of life may live in the same state, or another state. With great urgency the desperately needed organ is transported to the recipient! The majority of the time the two people involved have never met, and yet through the death of one person, another gets a new lease on life. How grateful that person must be, but how does one thank the deceased donor? Even with a new lease on life the recipient will, however, eventually die as all humans must.

Are you aware that there are millions of people with a terminal condition, a condition that, with the proper treatment, can be cured? . . .

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The Death Penalty

Some years ago the United States Supreme Court struck down the death penalty as unconstitutional. Many arguments by many people were used by the opponents and proponents for the death penalty. Those who argued for it did so using moral and Biblical points to support this position. The opponents used human reasoning, part of which was the claim that capital punishment is cruel and inhuman treatment, and that no offense warranted it. Since that time, states wishing to reinstate the death penalty have had an uphill battle. In some states the death penalty is again law, but only for certain crimes. When a criminal is convicted and sentenced to die, there are so-called public interest individuals and groups who do their best to have the death sentence overturned. The process is long and costly; our judicial system is weakened and the criminal exalted. The forces of Satan have done their job well in weakening the judicial system and the abolishing of the death penalty. In spite of Satanic efforts, there remains a judicial system and death penalty that cannot and will not be changed. Please allow me to explain. . . .

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Stop, Look & Listen

STOP … just for a moment to consider your eternal destiny. Man will not live forever, for God’s Word, the Bible, tells us that “To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die…” (Ec. 3:1,2a). Every human ever created will spend eternity in one of two places – Heaven or Hell. Speaking of those who repent of sin and by faith alone in the shed blood of Jesus Christ receive Him as personal Saviour, the Bible says “…to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord.” (2 Co. 5:8) Concerning those who have not received Christ as Saviour we read, “And in hell he lift up his eyes, being in torments…” (Luke 16:23a) “And whosoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire.” (Rev. 20:15)

LOOK … at what the Bible says about the sinful condition of man. Man is a sinner by birth and in deed, having inherited the sinful nature from Adam (Ro. 5:12), and therefore is not good or capable of doing good in or of himself (Ro. 3:10-12). The natural conduct of man is to do that which is evil, i.e., murder, lying, fornication, adultery, stealing, witchcraft, drunkenness, strife, and much more (Ro. 3:13-19;, Gal. 5:19-21).

LISTEN … to the Holy Spirit of God as He speaks to your heart, . . .

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Romans Road

The Romans Road is an old road; construction on it was begun about six thousand years ago. Approximately two thousand years ago it was completed. Yes, the Romans Road is an old road, and it’s a famous one, too. Since construction on this road began, people from all walks of life have been traveling it. No, not everyone has traveled the whole length of it. Some of those who began the trip died on the way (accidents, war, suicide, illnesses, etc.), others were enticed to use another road, and still others didn’t care about the trip. However, there have been a few who went all the way, and were ever so glad they did. Perhaps you haven’t realized it, but you are on the Romans Road this very moment. You say that you have never heard of this famous road! Well, then, please allow me to lead you down it.

The Romans Road may be found in the book of Romans, which is the sixth book of the New Testament in God’s Holy Word, the Bible. At the beginning of the Romans Road, chapter three, verse ten we read that, “As it is written, there is none righteous, no, not one: There is none that understandeth, there is none that seeketh after God.” This is the natural state of man: lost and not seeking after God.

Further down the road we find the reason for this. . . .

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R.I.P.

rest in peaceIt is an interesting adventure to visit various cemeteries, especially those with very old grave markers. As one surveys the cemetery and reads the names and dates on the markers, he is brought face-to-face with the reality that one day life as we know it will be over, and that death is no respecter of persons. Sooner or later death comes to the rich and poor, famous and infamous, learned and ignorant, young and old. The beckoning call of death comes when least expected.

Reading the inscriptions on the grave markers one may see the initials “R.I.P.” which mean “Rest In Peace”. Possibly there may be similar inscriptions. But, are they really resting in peace? In those graves are the bodies, or remains of people, but they are in a state of decay. So, then, their bodies cannot possibly be resting in peace.

The soul of man is eternal and does not die, nor will experience death as we know it. Speaking of death and the eternal soul, Ecclesiastes 12:7 says, “Then shall the dust return to the earth as it was; and the spirit shall return unto God who gave it.” The soul is eternal, it is that part of you which goes on living after the body dies, but is it “resting in peace”? . . .

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Pardoned

pardonedWHAT does it mean to grant a pardon? Perhaps a definition of the word will help us to understand it a little better. Websters New World Dictionary defines pardon as: “(1) to release from punishment; not punish for crimes or offenses (2) to cancel or not exact penalty for (an offense); forgive (3) to excuse or forgive (a person) for some minor fault, discourtesy, etc.” A pardon, then, does not remove the guilt or declare that the offense never happened, but rather it (the pardon) forgives the offender and thereby releases that person from the penalty so justly deserved.

The true story is told of two criminals who were sentenced to die for their crimes. One of the men publicly admitted that they were getting what they deserved. But that’s not the end of the story – there’s more to it. The crimes which brought about the physical punishment were caused by the person having a sinful nature. The physical punishment in this case, death, was just the beginning of a greater punishment to come – eternal damnation in hell. Of the two men about to die, one received a pardon, while the other did not. “Why?” you may ask. Because of what one man did, and that the other failed to do. The story is true, and here are the details. . . .

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One Way

A number of years ago while serving in the U.S. Army, I was stationed at Arlington Hall Station in Arlington, Va. During that time I was the non-Commissioned Officer in charge of local procurement. The duties of this position required travel into the local towns for the purchase of certain items. The cities of Alexandria, Va. and Washington, D.C. can be very troublesome to the driver who is not familiar with the streets. And just to make driving all the worse, there were those ‘oft familiar’ “One Way” signs. There were times when it seemed almost impossible to get from one place to another because of those “One Way”signs.

However, the “One Way” signs were there for a purpose, that being the orderly flow of traffic. It didn’t take long for me to learn that if ever I was to get to where I was going, then the “One Way” signs had to be used.

For the sojourners of this life, to get to Heaven they must go by THE ONE WAY. In John 14:6, responding to a question by Thomas, Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father but by me.” Did you notice that Jesus did not say that He was a way among many? He said, “I am the way.” In other words, what Christ was saying is that if we ever expect to go to Heaven, we must do so by way of Him. Just as there is a reason for “One Way” signs in a city, there is a reason for Christ being THE ONE WAY to Heaven. Please allow me to briefly explain why. . . .

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Members Only

members only“Discrimination! I’m being discriminated against!” More and more we are hearing this cry, or one similar to it. Boys want to be allowed to play on an all-girl team, and girls insist on being accepted on an otherwise all-male team. Organizations and clubs that were traditionally all-male have been ordered by the courts to accept women into their ranks. More and more exclusion from clubs, organizations, sports teams, the work place, etc., because of race, religion, national origin, gender, or sexual orientation is being viewed as not” politically correct.” Refusal to rent a dwelling to a homosexual or lesbian, or to give employment to one is viewed as illegal and discriminatory. Churches have even been known to be sued because they discriminated and refused to hire someone whose lifestyle was contrary to beliefs of the respective church. Those who refuse to yield to the advancement of the new “politically correct” way of thinking are threatened with court action. The time is coming and, yea, now is upon us that all those who would live Godly in this present evil world can expect, and will receive persecution from all quarters of life. However, come what may, there is one area of discrimination that society, government, and the judicial system cannot, and will not change. They can pass and enforce all the laws they want, but they can’t change it! They can threaten all they want, but it will not do any good. They are without any power whatsoever to change it! And what may that be? WHO GOES TO HEAVEN! . . .

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